Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
-- Stefan Gorges, who keeps an annual list of WWE Superstar win-loss records, noted that Jinder Mahal lost his first TV match on this past Monday's RAW when he teamed with The Great Khali to face Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston. Before that and with the exception of a SmackDown battle royal, Mahal had won his first 26 matches.
-- In another trivia note, if John Cena loses to Alberto Del Rio at Night of Champions, it will be the first time Cena has lost on three straight WWE pay-per-view events since the Summer of 2008 when he lost to Triple H, JBL and Batista at three straight events. This year, Cena has lost twice in a row to CM Punk at SummerSlam and Money in the Bank.
-- ECW Original Raven turns 47 years old today while former WCW star Lodi turns 41. Also today, former WCW World Champion David Arquette turns 40.
-- WWE reportedly announced the new WWE Network early in-part because they were concerned that UFC would announce plans to start their own network first. Ever since UFC signed with FOX, they've lost all interest in doing their own channel. While WWE usually acts like UFC isn't competition publicly, word is that Vince McMahon isn't happy with several recent UFC moves including their plan to run a 100,000 seat stadium in Brazil next year.
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